Steph Curry played the entire first quarter of Game 2 of the NBA Finals.

But the Warriors point guard took just three shots, missing all of them. He finished the quarter with four points, all coming from the free throw line.

When the first quarter ended, Curry went back to the Warriors locker room.

ESPN's Doris Burke reported during the second quarter that Curry wasn't feeling good.

"I feels like it's been a bit of a struggle for Steph all night, a little bit low energy," Burke said on the broadcast. "When he initially came out for warmups, he was fine. At one point, he did go over to Dr. Rick Celebrini, put his hand in front of his mouth and seemed to say to him 'I'm not feeling great.'"

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Curry went on to miss his first six shots of the game and finally made his first shot, a 3-pointer, with 3:51 remaining in the second quarter. He finished the first half with 16 points on 4-of-10 shooting and led the Warriors in on-court time with 20:41.

Even with Curry not feeling his best, the Warriors went on to beat the Raptors 109-104 to even the NBA Finals series at one game apiece.

After the game, Kerr told reporters that Curry was a little dehydrated and lightheaded during the game.


"I think he may have been a little dehydrated and that was the word I got," Kerr said. 

"He just was feeling a little bit lightheaded and went back into the training room and came back and was doing much better. So I'm not exactly sure beyond that."

Curry finished the game with 23 points on 6-of-17 shooting from the field.